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MANUAL FOR DEPUTY COMMISSIONER AMRITSAR.
(Under Right to information Act, 2005 Chapter II Section 4(l))



Office of the Deputy Commissioner (DC) Amritsar with headquarters at Amritsar consists
of Four Sub-Divisions, Four Tehsils and Five Sub-Tehsils within District. As per the records available
first DC was appointed in the year 1849. The D.C. is vested with administrative and financial powers
under the various Acts-including Punjab Land Revenue Act, 1887. The Deputy Commissioner is the
Chief Revenue Officer as District Collector and is responsible for collection of Revenue and other Govt.
dues recoverable as arrears of Land Revenue. He deals with natural calamities like draught,
unseasonable rains, hailstorms, floods and fire etc. Under the Registration Act, the District Collector
exercised the power of Registrar of the District and he controls and supervises the work of Registration
of deeds. He also functions as Marriage Officer under the Special Marriage Act, 1954. Further under
the Cinematograph Act, the District Magistrate is the Licensing Authority in his jurisdiction. District
Magistrate is the responsible for the maintenance of Law & Order within the limit of his jurisdiction.
The main function of the D.C. office is to provide necessary forum for appeal as well as revisions under
the relevant Act made by the Punjab Govt. In addition to this, D.C office is also vested with the
responsibility for the marking inspections of the Sub-Divisional offices and courts within its Revenue
jurisdiction. These inspections are directed to assess the work of the officers rather than the work of
the subordinate offices.

Appellate Authority in Revenue Matters.


The D.C. of the District is vested with the powers to hear appeals, revisions, and review
of revenue cases under the Acts like Punjab Land Revenue Act, 1887, Indian Stamp Act, 1899 etc.

Establishment


The D.C office also deals with the establishment of Sr. Assistants, Clerks, Class IV, that
of Khewat staff i.e., Kanungo, Patwaris etc. Under the relevant Act /Rules. The D.C is the appointing
authority under District Employees Services Class III rules of 1976 and class IV Rules 1963 and is the
Punishing Authority under the Punishment and Appeal Rules 1970 of the class III & IV in the District.

MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS

Complaint and enquires of Class III & IV employees.
1.
Complaints and enquires are dealt in the D.C. office and punishment under rules is given to the
employees.
2.
Medical bill of employees.
Medical bill of the employees are reimbursed up to 5,000/-
3.
Inspection of subordinate offices.
4.
SDM offices and courts (once in financial years) Tehsils/Sub Tehsils (once in a Financial Year)
5.
Treasury/Sub Treasury (once in a Financial Year)
6.
Surprise visit to jail, Hospitals, Schools, Improvement Trust and all other offices of the State
Govt. within the District. The Deputy Commissioner of the District can inspect any office during
touring and when it is felt appropriate.
The details of office procedure and establishment of employees and work is given in subsequent
Annexures.











Deputy Commissioner
Amritsar.



ANNEXURE- A
OFFICE OF DEPUTY COMMISSIONER AMRITSAR.

1.
RECEIPT & ISSUE Branch (R & I)

Sr.
PUBLICITY OF FOLLOWING MANUAL
Service
No.
(i)
The particulars of its organization functions and duties.
Main receipt and dispatch of all branches of DC
office and delivery of stationery.
(ii)
The powers and duties of its officers and employees.
To Protect the interest of Pb. Govt.
(iii)
The procedure followed in the decision-making process,
DC
including channels of supervision and accountability.


ADC


AC (Gen.)/SDM, Amritsar-1


Supdt.
(iv)
The norms set up for the discharge of its functions.
As per procedure laid down in the District Office
Manual.
(v)
The rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records, held
District Office Manual
by it or under its control or used by its employees for the
discharging its functions.
(vi)
A statement of the categories of documents that are held by it
Diary and Dispatch registers, stationary registers,
or under its control.
misc. office order file. Punjab Government Gazette
notifications, Library Registers.
(vii)
The particulars or any arrangement that exists for consultation
Policies framed at Govt. level.
with, or representation by, the members of the public in


relation to the formation of its policy or administration there of
(viii)
A statement of the board, councils, committees and other
Information to the party/person affected under the
bodies consisting of two or more persons constituted its part or
Copying Manual is accessible & information under
for the purpose of its advise, and as to whether meetings of
the Right to Information Act, 2005 accessible to
those boards, councils, committees and other bodies are open to the Public.
the public, or the minutes of such meeting are accessible for
public.
(ix)
A directory of its officers and employees.
1. Sh. K.S.Pannu, IAS, Deputy Commissioner,
2. Sh. Paramjit Singh, PCS, ADC
3. Sh. Sandeep Rishi PCS, AC(G)/SDM, Amritsar-
4. Sh. Jasbir Singh Randhawa Supdt
5. Smt.Pritam Kalsi, Sr Asstistant
6. Smt Rajwant Kaur Clerk
7. Smt. Manpreet Kaur Clerk
8. Smt. Gurpreet Kaur Clerk
9. Smt. Inderjit Kaur Clerk
10. Sh. Sanjeev Kumar Clerk
11. Smt. Rajwant kaur Clerk
12. Sh. Ravi Kumar Daftri
13. Malika Peon
14. Gurmeet Lal Peon
15. Ashwani Kumar Peon
16. Jarnail Singh Peon
17. Kamal Bhatia Peon
18. Baljinder Singh Peon
19. Santokh Singh Peon
20. Sudesh Rani Peon
(x)
The monthly remuneration received by each of its officers and
Officers & Officials are getting the salaries from
employees, including system of compensation as provided its
Govt. funds.
regulations.
(xi)
The budget allocated to each of its agency, indicating the
Budget allotment under Head 2058-Stationary and
particulars of the all plans, proposed expenditures and reports
Printing 001-Direction and Administration
on disbursement made
material and supply Non-Plan voted and charged
2009-10 for the year 2009-2010 is rupess
1,50,000/-
(xii)
The amounts of execution of subsidy programmes, including
Nil
the amounts allocated and the details beneficiaries of such
progarmmes.
(xiii)
Particulars of recipients of the concessions permits or
Nil
authorizations in granted by it.
(xiv)
Details in respect of the information available to or held by it,
Nil
reduced in an electronic form.
(xv)
The particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining
Suwidha Centre, Amritsar under RTI Act, 2005
information, including the working hours of a library or
reading room, if maintained for public use.


(xvi)
The names, desination and other particulars of the public
Sh. Paramjit Singh PCS, ADC (PIO)
information officers
DRO (APIO)
(xvii)
Such other information as be prescribed.
NIL


Deputy Commissioner
Amritsar.







































ANNEXURE- A
OFFICE OF DEPUTY COMMISSIONER AMRITSAR.

2.
Supdt (G) Branch

Sr.
PUBLICITY OF FOLLOWING MANUAL
Service
No.
(i)
The particulars of its organization functions and duties.
Celebration of National functions i.e. 15 August,
26 January and 30 January. These functions are
celebrated at District Level, Recommendation of
Awards, celebration of State Level function.
(ii)
The powers and duties of its officers and employees.
To Protect the interest of Pb. Govt.
(iii)
The procedure followed in the decision-making process,
DC
including channels of supervision and accountability.


ADC


AC (Gen.)/SDM, Amritsar-1


Supdt.
(iv)
The norms set up for the discharge of its functions
As per procedure laid down in the District Office
Manual..
(v)
The rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records, held
Instruction of the Punjab Govt.
by it or under its control or used by its employees for the
discharging its functions.
(vi)
A statement of the categories of documents that are held by it
-
or under its control.
(vii)
The particulars or any arrangement that exists for consultation
Policies framed at Govt. level.
with, or representation by, the members of the public in


relation to the formation of its policy or administration there of
(viii)
A statement of the board, councils, committees and other
Information to the party/person affected under the
bodies consisting of two or more persons constituted its part or
Copying Manual is accessible & information under
for the purpose of its advise, and as to whether meetings of
the Right to Information Act, 2005 accessible to
those boards, councils, committees and other bodies are open to the Public.
the public, or the minutes of such meeting are accessible for
public.
(ix)
A directory of its officers and employees.
1. Sh. K.S.Pannu, IAS, Deputy Commissioner,
2. Sh. Paramjit Singh, PCS, ADC
3. Sh. Sandeep Rishi PCS, AC(G)/SDM, Amritsar-
4. Sh. Jasbir Singh Randhawa Supdt
5. Sh. Paramjit Singh Clerk
(x)
The monthly remuneration received by each of its officers and
Officers & Officials are getting the salaries from
employees, including system of compensation as provided its
Govt. funds.
regulations.
(xi)
The budget allocated to each of its agency, indicating the
Nil
particulars of the all plans, proposed expenditures and reports
on disbursement made
(xii)
The amounts of execution of subsidy programmes, including
Nil
the amounts allocated and the details beneficiaries of such
progarmmes.
(xiii)
Particulars of recipients of the concessions permits or
Nil
authorizations in granted by it.
(xiv)
Details in respect of the information available to or held by it,
Nil
reduced in an electronic form.
(xv)
The particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining
Suwidha Centre, Amritsar under RTI Act, 2005
information, including the working hours of a library or
reading room, if maintained for public use.
(xvi)
The names, desination and other particulars of the public
Sh. Paramjit Singh PCS, ADC (PIO)
information officers
DRO (APIO)
(xvii)
Such other information as be prescribed.
NIL




Deputy Commissioner
Amritsar.







ANNEXURE- A
OFFICE OF DEPUTY COMMISSIONER AMRITSAR.

3.
LOCAL FUND ASSISTANT Branch (LFA)

Sr.
PUBLICITY OF FOLLOWING MANUAL
SERVICE
No.
(i)
The particulars of its organization functions and duties.
Dealing with cases of Freedom Fighters,
Municipal Committees, Improvement Trust and
PUDA Matters.
(ii)
The powers and duties of its officers and employees.
There are One Sr. Asstt. and Two clerks.
one clerk deals with cases of Freedom Fighters,
certificate, pension, and one clerk deals with
unauthorized occupation of govt. land/property,
Civil Suit/Writ petitions regarding un authorized
occupation, Removing of encroachments, diary
dispatch work.

(iii)
The procedure followed in the decision-making process,
DC
including channels of supervision and accountability.

ADC

AC (Gen.)/SDM, Amritsar-I
(iv)
The norms set up for the discharge of its functions.
As per procedure laid down in the District Office
Manual.
(v)
The rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records, held
Punjab Municipal Act. 1911 Punjab Improvement
by it or under its control or used by its employees for the
Trust Act.-1955 & PUDA Act.
discharging its functions.
(vi)
A statement of the categories of documents that are held by it
-
or under its control.
(vii)
The particulars or any arrangement that exists for consultation
Policies framed at Govt. level.
with, or representation by, the members of the public in
relation to the formation of its policy or administration there of
(viii)
A statement of the board, councils, committees and other
Information to the party/person affected under the
bodies consisting of two or more persons constituted its part or
Copying Manual is accessible & information under
for the purpose of its advise, and as to whether meetings of
the Right to Information Act, 2005 accessible to
those boards, councils, committees and other bodies are open to the Public.
the public, or the minutes of such meeting are accessible for
public.
(ix)
A directory of its officers and employees.
1. Sh. K.S.Pannu, IAS, Deputy Commissioner,
2. Sh. Paramjit Singh, PCS, ADC
3.Sh. Sandeep Rishi PCS,AC(G)/SDM, Amritsar-I
4. Sh. Jasbir Singh Randhawa Supdt
5. Sh. Piara Lal, Sr Asstistant
6. Sh. Harinderjit Singh Clerk
7. Sh. Randhir Singh Clerk
(x)
The monthly remuneration received by each of its officers and
Officers & Officials are getting the salaries from
employees, including system of compensation as provided its
Govt. funds.
regulations.
(xi)
The budget allocated to each of its agency, indicating the
There are no provision of allocation of budget
particulars of the all plans, proposed expenditures and reports
from govt.
on disbursement made
(xii)
The amounts of execution of subsidy programmes, including
Nil
the amounts allocated and the details beneficiaries of such
programmes.
(xiii)
Particulars of recipients of the concessions permits or
Nil
authorizations in granted by it.
(xiv)
Details in respect of the information available to or held by it,
Nil
reduced in an electronic form.
(xv)
The particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining
Suwidha Centre, Amritsar under RTI Act, 2005
information, including the working hours of a library or
reading room, if maintained for public use.
(xvi)
The names, designation and other particulars of the public
Sh. Paramjit Singh PCS, ADC (PIO)
information officers
DRO (APIO)
(xvii)
Such other information as be prescribed.
Nil




Deputy Commissioner
Amritsar.




ANNEXURE- A
OFFICE OF DEPUTY COMMISSIONER AMRITSAR.

4.
MISC. ASSTT-I (MISC.-I BRANCH)

Sr.
PUBLICITY OF FOLLOWING MANUAL
SERVICE
No.
(i)
The particulars of organization its functions and Deals with cases regarding, Dependent Certificates, allotment
duties.
of Government Residential Houses Grant of Cinema licenses/
renewal, Prohibitory orders regarding u/s 144 C.P.C, Law &
order duties, issue of titles of newspaper and printing press,
Counter Signatures of documents/certificate for Embassy
Purpose, Withdrawal of criminal cases, Relief out of C.M.
Relief funds, Character verification of the employees.
(ii)
The powers and duties of its officers and There is One Sr. Asstt.and Six clerks.
employees.
1. MC-I = He deals with grant of new Cinema license,
Renewal, Inspection and to defend the Court cases
relating to the Cinemas, House allotment and
Eviction Proceeding of houses under P.P.Act,
Appointment of Notary Public, Construction of
Mini Secretariat, Requisition of building for Govt.
use .
2. MC-II = He deals with imposition of Ban orders u/s
144 Cr.P.C. , withdrawal of criminal cases, deputing
of Officers for law and order and others duties,
work relating to providing security and law and
order, maintenance of record relating to monthly
meeting, Kidney transplantation, Complaint 195
Cr.P.C.,
3. MC-III =He deals with cases relating to N.S.A and
Cofe Posa etc, maintenance of record to defend
C.W.P/S.P.L, Performance of Marriage under the
Special Marriage Act, registration of printing press,
Counter signature of documents, Marriage Ability
cases, registration of Magazine/newspapers.
4. MC-IV = She deals with issue of Surviving of
heirs/Dependency Certificate of deceased
employees, Misc verification of death cases due to
agriculture equipments.
5. MC-V = She deals with verification of character and
antecedent of newly appointed Govt. servant,
verification of S.C/BC/Domicile certificate and
other verifications.
6. MC-VI= He deals with Diary and Dispatch, works of
Misc Branch.
MA (Sr. Asstt.) The work of all these clerks route through the
Sr. Assistant and he supervise the work of the entire branch.
(iii)
The procedure followed in the decision-making DC, ADC, AC(G)., Supdt., Sr.Asstt., Clerk
process, including channels of supervision and
accountability.

(iv)
The norms set up for the discharge of its functions.
As per procedure laid down in the District Office Manual.
(v)
The rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and Punjab Government Houses (General Pool) Allotment Rules,
records, held by it or under its control or used by its 1983, Punjab Cinema (Regulations) Act 1961 and Rules made
employees for the discharging its functions.
thereunder, Notary Act, Press Registration Act, Code of
Criminal Procedure, The Punjab Requisition and Acquisition
of Immovable Property Act, 1952 & Rules 1953 Standing
Orders and Government instructions.
(vi)
A statement of the categories of documents that are 1. Office order files
held by it or under its control.
2. Register of House allotment, Dependent Register, Identity
Cards of Govt. employees.
(vii)
The particulars or any arrangement that exists for No
consultation with, or representation by, the
members of the public in relation to the formation
of its policy or administration there of ;
(viii)
A statement of the board, councils, committees and Information to the party/person affected under the Copying
other bodies consisting of two or more persons Manual is accessible & information under the Right to
constituted its part or for the purpose of its advise, Information Act, 2005 accessible to the Public.
and as to whether meetings of those boards,
councils, committees and other bodies are open to
the public, or the minutes of such meeting are
accessible for public.






(ix)
A directory of its officers and employees.
1. Sh. K.S.Pannu, IAS, Deputy Commissioner,
2. Sh. Paramjit Singh, PCS, ADC
3. Sh. Sandeep Rishi PCS, AC(G)/ SDM, Amritsar-I


4. Sh. Jasbir Singh Randhawa Supdt
5. Sh. Sukhraj Singh Sandhu Sr. Asstt.
6. Sh. Anwar Masih Clerk
7. Sh. Surinder Singh Clerk
8. Sh. Manjit Singh Clerk
9. Smt. Preeti Gulshan Clerk
10. Sh. Munish Kumar Clerk
11. Smt. Rajinder Kaur Clerk
12. Sh. Jarnail Singh Peon
(x)
The monthly remuneration received by each of its Officers & Officials are getting the salaries from Govt. funds.
offcers and employees, including system of
compensation as provided its regulations.
(xi)
The budget allocated to each of its agency, Nil
indicating the particulars of the all plans, proposed
expenditures and reports on disbursement made
(xii)
The amounts of execution of subsidy programmes, Nil
including the amounts allocated and the details
beneficiaries of such programmes.
(xiii) Particulars
of
recipients of the concessions permits Nil
or authorizations in grant by it.
(xiv)
Details in respect of the information available to or Nil
held by it, reduced in an electronic form.
(xv)
The particulars of facilities available to citizens for Suwidha Centre, Amritsar under RTI Act, 2005
obtaining information, including the working hours
of a library or reading room, if maintained for
public use.
(xvi)
The names, designation and other particulars of the Sh. Paramjit Singh PCS, ADC (PIO)
public information officers
DRO (APIO)
(xvii)
Such other information as be prescribed.
Nil



Deputy Commissioner
Amritsar.



























ANNEXURE- A
OFFICE OF DEPUTY COMMISSIONER AMRITSAR

5.
COMPLAINTS & ENQUIRY ASSISTANT Branch (C&EA)

Sr.
PUBLICITY OF FOLLOWING MANUAL
SERVICE
No.
(i)
The particulars of its organization functions and duties.
Deals with every kind of complaint which is received
directly or through Pb. State Human Rights
Commission/ Commission for SC & STs, NHRC and
in Lok Suwidha camp and at District Headquarter,
Sangat Darshan (S.C)
(ii)
The powers and duties of its officers and empolyees.
There are one Sr. Assistant and 3 Clerks &one steno
1. CC-I, II :- deals with the complaints received
from C.M. Pb., Complaint submitted to D.C., PGO,
Military, Public Grievance Committee, Meeting of
pension association and election work.
2. CC-III :- He deals with complaints received from
H.R.C./Women Commission, SC
Commission, NHRC.
3. CC-IV:- Receipt & diary dispatch, Complaints
received from Commissioner, Govt.,
and dispatch of monthly statements,
Sangat Darshan(S.C)
(iii)
The procedure followed in the decision-making process,
DC, ADC, AC (GRIV)/ SDM, Amritsar-I Branch
including channels of supervision and accountability.
officer, Sr.Asstt, Concerned Clerk
(iv)
The norms set up for the discharge of its functions.
As per procedure laid down in the District Office
Manual.
(v)
The rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records,
Normal procedures adopted as per working of the
held by it or under its control or used by its employees for
Deputy Commissioner office.
the discharging its functions.
(vi)
A statement of the categories of documents that are held by it Statements of disposal of Complaints monthly/
or under its control.
quarterly reports sent to Govt. work in Lok Suwidha
Camp
(vii)
The particulars or any arrangement that exists for
Member of public, Political parties and Social
consultation with, or representation by, the members of the
Organizations along with officers from the Distt.
public in relation to the formation of its policy or
Grievances Committee to admit and hear of
administration there of;
complaints of public nature.
(viii)
A statement of the board, councils, committees and other
Member of public, political parties and social
bodies consisting of two or more persons constituted its part
organisations along with officers from the Distt.
or for the purpose of its advise, and as to whether meetings
Grievances Committee to admit and hear complaints
of those boards, councils, committees and other bodies are
of public nature.
open to the public, or the minutes of such meeting are
Information to the party/person affected under the
accessible for public.
Copying Manual is accessible & information under
the Right to Information Act, 2005 accessible to the
Public.
(ix)
A directory of its officers and employees.
1. Sh. K.S.Pannu, IAS, Deputy Commissioner,
2. Sh. Paramjit Singh, PCS, ADC
3.Sh. Sandeep Rishi PCS, AC(GRIV)/SDM,
Amritsar-I
4. Sh. Jasbir Singh Randhawa Supdt
5. Sh. Jaspal Singh Bhullar Sr. Asstt.
6. Sh. Shekhar Chander, Clerk
7. Smt. Karuna Sharma Clerk
8. Smt. Sushma Rani Clerk
9. Sh. Kanwaljit Singh Peon
(x)
The monthly remuneration received by each of its officers
Officers & Officials are getting the salaries from
and employees, including system of compensation as
Govt. funds.
provided its regulations.
(xi)
The budget allocated to each of its agency, indicating the
Nil
particulars of the all plans, proposed expenditures and reports
on disbursement made
(xii)
The amounts of execution of subsidy programmes, including
Nil
the amounts allocated and the details beneficiaries of such
programmes.
(xiii)
Particulars of recipients of the concessions permits or
Nil
authorizations in granted by it.

(xiv)
Details in respect of the information available to or held by
Nil
it, reduced in an electronic form.
(xv)
The particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining
Suwidha Centre, Amritsar under RTI Act, 2005
information, including the working hours of a library or
reading room, if maintained for public use.
(xvi)
The names, designation and other particulars of the public
Sh. Paramjit Singh PCS, ADC (PIO)
information officers
DRO (APIO)
(xvii)
Such other information as be prescribed.
Nil



Deputy Commissioner
Amritsar.












































ANNEXURE- A
OFFICE OF DEPUTY COMMISSIONER AMRITSAR
6.
GPF Assistant Branch
Sr.
PUBLICITY OF FOLLOWING MANUAL
SERVICE
No.
(i)
The particulars of its organization functions and duties.
Deals with GPF advance Refundable and Non
refundable of each employee and final pay payments
of GPF and GIS to the retired persons and also to
maintain the account of GPF and GIS of Class III
and IV and revenue staff.
(ii)
The powers and duties of its officers and employees.
There are one Senior Assistant and four clerks to
deal with GPF and GIS of the employee's of class-
III, IV and Patwaris. The work of clerk rout through
the Sr. Asstt. The Sr. Asst. puts up the file to Supdt.
further send file to the Branch officer which is
AC(G) Branch. Officer send the file to ADC and
ADC send the file to DC for sanction. The DC is
competent authority to sanction to GPF refundable
and non-refundable advance and final payment of
GPF and GIS.
(iii)
The procedure followed in the decision-making process,
DC, ADC, Distt. Revenue Officer, AC(G), Sr.Asstt.,
including channels of supervision and accountability.
Concerned Clerk
(iv)
The norms set up for the discharge of its functions.
There is no specific norms set up by the Govt.
(v)
The rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records,
1. Pb. CSR Vol. II
held by it or under its control or used by its employees for
2. Instructions file regarding GPF and GIS
the discharging its functions.
(vi)
A statement of the categories of documents that are held by it 1. Office orders files
or under its control.
2. Bills of GPF and GIS
3. Ledger of GPF Class III and IV and revenue
staff.
4. Register of GIS Class ABCD maintained.
5. Schedule of GPF and GIS
(vii)
The particulars or any arrangement that exists for
No
consultation with, or representation by, the members of the
public in relation to the formation of its policy or
administration there of
(viii)
A statement of the boards, councils, committees and other
Information to the party/person affected under the
bodies consisting of two or more persons constituted its part
Copying Manual is accessible & information under
or for the purpose of its advise, and as to whether meetings
the Right to Information Act, 2005 accessible to the
of those boards, councils, committees and other bodies are
Public.
open to the public, or the minutes of such meeting are
accessible for public.
(ix)
A directory of its officers and employees.
1. Sh. K.S.Pannu, IAS, Deputy Commissioner,
2. Sh. Paramjit Singh, PCS, ADC
3.Sh.Sandeep Rishi PCS,AC(G)/ SDM, Amritsar-I
4. DRO- Vacant
4. Sh. Jasbir Singh Randhawa Supdt
5. Smt. Sukhwant Kaur Sr.Assitt
6. Smt. Balwinder Kaur Clerk
7. Sh. Deepak Seth Clerk
8. Smt. Kamal Kanta, Clerk
(x)
The monthly remuneration received by each of its officers
Officers & Officials are getting the salaries from
and employees, including system of compensation as
Govt. funds.
provided its regulations.
(xi)
The budget allocated to each of its agency, indicating the
There are no provision of allocation of Budget from
particulars of the all plans, proposed expenditures and reports Govt.
on disbursement made
(xii)
The amounts of execution of subsidy programmes, including
Nil
the amounts allocated and the details beneficiaries of such
programmes.
(xiii)
Particulars of recipients of the concessions permits or
Nil
authorizations in granted by it.
(xiv)
Details in respect of the information available to or held by
Nil
it, reduced in an electronic form.
(xv)
The particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining
Suwidha Centre, Amritsar under RTI Act, 2005
information, including the working hours of a library or
reading room, if maintained for public use.
(xvi)
The names, designation and other particulars of the public
Sh. Paramjit Singh PCS, ADC (PIO)
information officers
DRO (APIO)
(xvii)
Such other information as be prescribed.
Nil


Deputy Commissioner
Amritsar.


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